LEE, Byron R.

July 31, 2021

Byron Roderick Lee July 23, 1950 – July 27, 2021
Byron Lee was born to Dr. Verlin and Dorothea Lee in Huntington, West Virginia. He was always interested in learning facts. When Byron was a boy, he memorized parts of Ripley’s Believe It or Not which he would insert into dinner table conversation. Later he developed a passion for math and science. He graduated from Bowling Green State University with a degree in Sociology. His first job was as a probation counselor with the Juvenile Court. He then accepted a technical writing position with Dana Corporation and then transitioned to a position as a sales trainer. Parts Associates, Incorporate of Cleveland hired him as their National Director. He coached sales skills and developed training videos in which he starred. He was the featured speaker at their annual sales conferences which inspired even the wives to attend for their humor. He is remembered as a delightful raconteur and of course, all those accumulated facts. He married Deborah Repetsky in 1976. They have a beautiful daughter, Ariel Elizabeth, who fondly addressed him as Mr. Daddy and remembers him as a most wonderful father. He recently had the pleasure of giving her away at her wedding to Andrew Waugh and dancing the father/daughter dance. Byron and Deb enjoyed travel to National Parks, cruising the Caribbean, and various overseas trips, including the Harry Potter Bus Tour of Britain and the wonderful caves in Spain, seeing 40,000 year old cave art. Byron loved riding motorcycles and owning vintage cycles. He had many projects, building a greenhouse, solar oven and a trebuchet which could shoot dog biscuits to the street for passing canines. He researched the possibility of UFOs visiting us. He was a man of many parts who will be dearly missed. He is survived by Deborah Lee, Ariel Lee and her husband Andrew Waugh, brother-in-law Dan Repetsky and Janet, nephew Christopher Repetsky, M.D., sister J. Annette Lee, brother Greg Lee and Nan Simon, niece and nephew Andrea and Daniel and sister Brenda Sweeney and Patrick Sweeney, nephews Sam Krauss and Rebekah Krauss, Josh Krauss, Itzel Krauss and nieces Sophia and Samantha Krauss and numerous cats. To offer condolences visit www.zaborfh.com.


July 20, 2021

Edward ANDRASSY, age 84, beloved husband of Bernadine (nee Laheta), loving father of Kathryn Fiegelist (William), Nancy Lawrence (Steven), Patricia Eichler (Eric) and Edward (Melanie). Beloved grandfather of nine and great grandfather of seven. Dear son of the late John and Julia, brother of Eleanor Dailey, John and Julius.

Ed retired from General Motors after 36 years or service and served his country proudly in the United States Army. Ed loved golfing, bowling and coaching youth sports.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Ed’s name to the Parkinson’s Foundation.

VISITATION, THURSDAY, JULY 22nd from 3:00 pm-8:00 pm at The Zabor Funeral Home, 5680 Pearl Road, Parma (in between Ridge & Snow Roads). MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL, FRIDAY, JULY 23rd at 10:00 AM at St. Columbkille Church, 6740 Broadview Road, Parma. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.

WENZ, Lawrence R. “Larry”

July 15, 2021

Lawrence R. “Larry” Wenz, 68 passed away on March 23, 2021 after an 11 year battle with cancer. Husband of 48 years to Sue (nee Edwards); father of Nicole (Rob) Berardi and Tim (Michelle); grandpa to Robbie, Maddie, Austyn, Avery & Kingsley; son of the late Francis and the late Evelyn (nee Kreshak); brother of Fr. Bob and Chris (Flo); brother-in-law and uncle to many. Larry spent 33 years proudly serving Strongsville as a Firefighter/EMT. A dedicated and hard worker, he wasn’t good at sitting still unless it was eating a donut or reading a Sci-Fi book. He enjoyed vacations –local adventures, Hawaii, cruises and Disney – and especially the annual family trip to Maumee Bay. Celebration of Life on July 31. Larry didn’t want anything formal or traditional – he wanted a party!

Please join us anytime from 3pm-9pm for a casual evening of food, music memories. Please contact Nicole (nicoleb12@att.net / 440.567.7306) for location.

DAHN, Debra J

July 12, 2021

Debra J Dahn, trail-blazer, quick wit, friend for life, bright, funny, gave 100% in all she did, left this life on the afternoon of January 5, 2021 with soft jazz playing and Bandit by her side. The time was 4:14, a palindrome, how perfect. Debbie grew up in Parma Heights, OH. She was the first female player to ever don a varsity uniform playing tennis her senior year at Valley Forge High School. She went on to be a tennis Pro in Hilton Head, SC before settling into her career as Options Trader. Her career took her from Cleveland to Philadelphia and eventually to Coconut Creek, FL where she found her love for golf, going to Nationals on several occasions with her ladies. Debbie loved to travel and keep in touch with her many friends. When Debbie became your friend, she was a friend for life. She leaves behind many, many friends who were like family. Debbie is pre-deceased by her parents, Howard and Betty Dahn, sister, Leslie Dahn Sundberg, and brother, Jeff. Debbie is survived by brother-in-law, Edward Sundberg, nephew Edward Dahn Sundberg, and nieces Lisa Sundberg Smith, Lindsey Sundberg Chisholm, and Lori Ann Sundberg.

MEMORIAL VISITATION MON. 7/26 AT ZABOR FUNERAL HOME FROM 4-7PM. To offer condolences visit www.zaborfh.com.

In lieu of flowers please donate in Debbie’s memory to:

Coral Springs Community Church, 3266 NW 99th Way, Coral Springs, FL 33065 or Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance.

SHARKEY, Edward F.

July 8, 2021

EDWARD F. SHARKEY. Age 92. Beloved husband of Maralyn (nee Kuhn). Loving father of Michael (Linda), Tim (Leneigh) and Lynn Pelleschi (Marc). Beloved grandfather of Christopher (Amanda) and Steven (Melissa) Sharkey, Lisa Maraffa (Andy), T.J. and Shane Sharkey, Monica Goetz (David) and Kevin Kristek and great grandfather of Brayden, Anna, Eddy, Ava, Rory, and Rhys. Dear brother of the late Jane Warnock.

VISITATION SUN. 7/11 FROM 1-4PM AT ZABOR FUNERAL HOME. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL MON. 7/12 AT 10AM AT ST. BRIDGET OF KILDARE PARISH. Interment Sunset Memorial Park. To offer condolences visit www.zaborfh.com.


July 6, 2021

We mourn the passing of Ramona Scolaro (Sheehan) who passed away on June 21, 2021, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Ramona’s passion for life was only eclipsed by her strong Christian faith, guiding her throughout her life. With unwavering beliefs, Ramona’s exuberance was infectious, and touched many around her. She had the ability  to light up the room, and a laugh that was electric. She had an unselfish and generous approach to life. Her passion was caring for children, which forged many lifelong friendships. She enjoyed what life had to offer – gardening, boating, travelling, hiking, skydiving, and being with friends and family. However, her greatest joy was being “Nonna” to Lilly. Ramona is survived by her loving husband of 30 years, Joseph, their daughter, Nicole Cioban, granddaughter Lilly, and her loving dog, Daisy. She is also survived by her father Frederick, brothers Freddie and Eric, sisters Rhonda Alvey (Joe), Renae, Rachelle, and many nieces, nephews, and friends – especially lifelong friend Kathy Miska. She was preceded in death by her mother Margaret, and brother Ryan.

We will be honoring Ramona with a “Celebration of Life” at The Lodge at Allardale, 141 Remsen Road, Medina Ohio (Granger Township) 44256 on July 14 from 4-8 p.m. All are welcome.  To offer condolences visit www.zaborfh.com.


July 2, 2021

Joyce R. ZIELASKIEWICZ, age 79. Beloved sister of Thaddeus (Ted) E. Zielaskiewicz and the late Bonita A. Zielaskiewicz. Loving Aunt of Eric Zielaskiewicz (Melissa), Christi Audino (Dominic), Mike Zielaskiewicz, and Scott Zielaskiewicz (Gina). Daughter of the late Thaddeus J. Zielaskiewicz and the late Angeline Zielaskiewicz (nee Kaminiecki).

Interment of Joyce’s ashes will take place Thursday, July 8th, 11:00 AM at Holy Cross Cemetery.


July 1, 2021

Anna K. WOHLER, age 88 (nee Schanz). Beloved wife of the late Walter. Dearest mother of Walter W. (Renee), Anita L., and Kurt (Janet). Loving grandmother of Alexis. Dear sister of Peter Schanz (Connie), and Elfriede Hoffman (Fred, deceased). 


Private Burial will be at a later date.  

Arrangements by The Zabor Funeral Home, Parma.